Swedish superstar Sarah Sjostrom is set to race in the final two knockout rounds of the women’s 50m fly and 50m free to close out the 2023 Mare Nostrum Tour.
Gorbenko broke her own record that stood since May 2021 earlier in the week in Barcelona but was even faster today in Monaco.
Japan’s Katsuhiro Matsumoto claimed two top seeds on the final day of heats in Monaco, topping the men’s 200m free and 100m fly events.
Hosszu previously held the record since 2014 as she led off a relay in a 24.89 then. Senanszky broke the record in the third round of the 50 free skins.
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American Olympic champion Lydia Jacoby has been on a tear during the Mare Nostrum Tour and we’ll see her race the 50m and 100m breast tonight in Monaco.
After opting out of the second stop of the 2023 Mare Nostrum Tour, Sweden’s Sarah Sjostrom dove back in to take two top seeds this morning in Monte Carlo.
Siobhan Haughey moved past $5,000 in earnings after the 2nd stop of the 2023 Mare Nostrum tour thanks to a sweep of the sprint freestyles.
Olympic multi-medalist Siobhan Haughey of Hong Kong will try to repeat as 200m free Mare Nostrum champion during tonight’s final in Barcelona.
Jacoby’s previous best time stood at 2:25.98, set at the Monaco leg of the 2022 Mare Nostrum Tour last May.
18-year-old Krzysztof Chmielewski of Poland threw down a 1:55.04 200m fly marker to claim the top seed in Barcelona, ranking 8th the world this season.
Hong Kong’s Siobhan Haughey took the top seed in the women’s 100m free today in Barcelona. We’ll see what she can produce in tonight’s finals.
The 19-year-old set the previous National Record two years ago at the European Championships in Budapest, where she won the title in a time of 2:09.99.
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